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File:Anthony Philip Heinrich.jpg|thumb|right|Anthony Philip Heinrich '''Anthony Philip Heinrich''' (March 11, 1781 – May 3, 1861) was the first "full-time" United States|American composer, and the most prominent before the American Civil War. He did not start composing until he was 36, after losing his business fortune in the Napoleonic Wars. For most of his career he was known as "Father Heinrich," an emeritus figure of America's small classical music community. He chaired the founding meeting of the New York Philharmonic Society in 1842.Upton (1967), p. 162
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Songs with piano, piano music
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The Free Library of Philadelphia
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anthony philip heinrich
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English
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